Winner

Oxford Study Buddy Revision and Exam Guides

Peter Antrobus, Kirsten Dunsby, Richard Walding, et al.

Oxford Study Buddy Revision and Exam Guides have been written by expert teachers and examiners to help students across Queensland revise and practise for their QCE External assessments and achieve their very best!

For more information on the series, please watch this short promotional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDx4v_3ndCc

Judge’s Comment

Based on principles of cognitive science, Oxford Study Buddy Revision and Exam Guides is an original suite of reference resources that address the stress associated with exam study and supports students as they master and retain knowledge and skills. The unique inclusion of comic stories, sarcastic sense of humour and pop culture references help to engage students. Aligned to the descriptors of the Queensland state curriculum, this reference resource provides depth, while clearly breaking down exam revision in a meaningful way for students. Both the print and online resources are user friendly and easy to navigate, and support students in flexible ways at different times and at different stages of their study.

Awards
Winner, Reference Resource
Resource type
Reference Resource
Subject
Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
Release
October 2021
Format
Blended
ISBN
9780190326531, 9780190326524, 9780190326494, 9780190326500, 9780190326487, 9780190326517, 9780190326548, 9780190326555, 9780190326562

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